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what about on the green? let's not get ahead of ourselves. oh!!! jim: please come back, nick. nick: no. i am back here. more important things to do. jim: over to two. >> steve marino up the hill for his birdie at the second. playing on a major medical extension this season. he played six times last year. he has been flying by the edge on a number of occasions today. that was a bonus coming from the rough with his second. his caddie there, a little low five. let's go to the third. jim: and nick watney. nick: ok. different hole location. it has been left for the three days. for the two days that they play it. now they have it in the front right-hand corner. here she comes. jim: starting to crawl back a little bit. nick: keep looking. it is coming. jim: tiger is in the clear there over at two. >> yeah. he is just in the semi rough wherever that is. the sixth, i believe. there is nothing really, spectator mounds and some pine trees there, but no real problem. >> while tiger waits, erik compton with his second putt for the par. straight to the middle. good 2-putt from long-range for eri
ian: that's what tiger does so well. when the chips are down, he finds a way to get it done. nick: great second shot then all of a sudden three up for six and three drives 120 yard offline total. ian: this is his fourth shot at the 15th. a little chip and run with programs a 9-iron or a pitching wedge. try and get it up and down for the bogey. nick: hello, tiger's thinking about things. he's probably really miffed at that drive. when he gets a left-to-right wind he really does struggle. he's got water down the right and he has to fade it, that's the other one that really winds him up. ian: to 17. peter: this was earlier, jimmy walker. just short of the bunker. very nicely played from that lie. this was also moments ago, nick watney. and he got another mud ball. boy, he had a horrendous mud ball yesterday on 15. had another one there. i tell you, the condition of the golf course given the weather that we've had is absolutely issue push. not much you can do about mud balls. tiger woods with a touchdown and extra point lead. he's played >> spotty in the fourth round no, question abou
you and me. ♪ ( applause ) captioning sponsored by wpbt marshall: hello, i'm peter marshall. nick clooney: and i'm nick clooney and it is only because of your pledges and your support that we are able to be back again with another edition of my music from the glorious big band era. peter marshall: you're so right, nick, and this time, we're gonna focus on the great singers, and remember the songs that they made famous, music that is timeless it's my music: the big band vocalists, and it starts right now, right here on pbs. narrator: next, pbs brings back the best of the big band era. your favorite vocalists sing their greatest songs on pbs. [singing] peter marshall: this darling lady started out with the artie shaw band, it was 1938 she followed billie holiday on the band with great success incidentally then she moved over to the benny goodman band. nick clooney: and then it was harry james. peter marshall: and you know why? nick clooney: of course, she had a terrible crush on him. peter marshall: that's right. he didn't have any money to pay her but she co
about it, though. nick, i mean. i guess her father must have told her. but if anyone says that there is no gratitude in this world, i shall tell them that they're wrong and that this proves it. >> i presume, monsieur vyse, that as the next of kin, you could contest that will, huh? there is, i understand, a vast fortune at stake which was not the case when the will was made. >> i should not dream of contesting my cousin's disposal of her property. >> you are a very honest fellow, and i shall see that you do not lose by it. >> well, mrs. c, this-- this is a surprise, huh? >> dear, sweet girl. i wish she could look down now and see us. perhaps she does. who knows? >> perhaps. a little idea. we are fortunate indeed to have with us this evening mademoiselle lemon. now, i know that she does not like to have it bruted about but mademoiselle felicity lemon has the pronounced powers of the medium. now, we are all here. we are seated around the table. let us hold a seance. >> oh, i've-- >> wonderful idea. >> a seance? but surely-- >> this is nonsense. >> no, no. it will be most inte
by ins for these improvements. i am supporting nick wolf. i would like to make a motion to remove mr. -- name and add mr. wolf. mr. wolf works at the lgbt center almost to graphically at the center of the market octavia area, strongly connected to the cac is important. nick does economic development work at the center working for a number of different communities and the center does some excellent economic development work. he previously worked on the -- project in -- valley. he has my support. that is the motion i make. >> president: supervisor wiener has done a motion to substitute nick wolf by -- >> i second the motion by supervisor wiener. i too had the opportunity to work with nick wolf. he used to work at the -- a working-class neighborhood and he organized the merchants. he is a phenomenal human being. i am excited to see him continuing to serve san francisco and we are lucky to have him. i hope that you will support nick wolf today. >> supervisor kim. >> supervisor kim: i had the opportunity to hear both from matthew steen and nick wolf. initially i did support matthew stee
remember what you did last night? you go, oh boy. well, nick, who runs four popular youtube channels caught this video. this is his mom. she's sleepwalking. you have to hear this. >> what exactly are you doing, ma'am? >> after that dance-like saunter she did in the kitchen, nick started to interview his mom, patty, while she's still asleep. >> i was trying to open the tomato cage. >> the tomato cage. where is this tomato cage? >> some place. >> here before she looks like heads it back to bed she does one last little move. now, nick made a reaction video with his mom. >> come on, nick who is -- [ laughter ] >> so we had to find out more. we've have nick on the line joining us via skype to talk about his sleepwalking mom. nick, we are to ask, first things first,s this thing real? >> yes, it's real. my mother, she sometimes wakes up in the middle of night and just eats random things in the kitchen. so this time it was complete darkness, i went down tears to get some tea, she's in the kitchen rustling about and i happened to have my phone with me, i was like this is going to be good and i recor
like this, what does nick say? >> i wish i could be there, i want to go. >> see how one of our friends is taking him everywhere, next. >>> and this guy solves the music while skiing problem. >> he needs an ipod. >> see the guy who skis to a different beat, "right this minute." >>> welcome back to the show. but don't forget to check in at rightthisminute.com. great videos all day long. >> i brought you guys a ton of adventure travel videos, every time i show you one, what do i say? >> i wish i could be there. i want to go. >> finally somebody has listened to my pleas. >> this is sandy borden with adventure trail. when nick calderon said he wanted to be a sticker on one of our panniers whenever we take off on one of our motorcycle series, i thought, i'm going to help this poor guy out. so nick, this is for you, welcome to the nick flick. >> we have skyped with the adventure free yoe befotrio. she and her son and husband travel you'll over the world. >> one of my first virtual adventures, i went to mount shasta. >> i like your handsome head shot. >> so basically i'm like a flat stanley. g
. [music] [music] hey nick you're going in the wrong direction. i'm going in the right direction. never mind nick dear, please [organ music] and he said in another place if any one offend one of the weak who believe in me it were better for him. [knock knock] than a millstone better. where did i leave off agatha. it were better. what were better? if anyone offend if anyone offend one of the weak who believe in me it were better, well? we want to get married. why? too many people are getting married these days without asking themselves why. well there's an idea, make a note of that for a sermon. yes dear. my husband is preparing his sermon, he'll be right with you, won't you sit down. if any one offend one of the weak who believe in me. it were better for him that a millstone would hang about his neck and he were cast into the sea. and he said in another place if thy hand offend thee cut it off. it is better for thee to enter life maimed than to go into the gahanna of inextinguishable fire. ya said it brother. expressions of approval will be confined to amen, please for it is written tha
to 75 wins. thanks to rick foley for coming up with those great statistics. nick: all these guys have got some dollar signs and points being -- one more point they're praying for. ian: a little am hencive over that one. they all know how fast it is over that hill. as you say, you really just wobble it down. it's hard to hit it on a line. nick: got to have the rhythm. ian: 74 for casey wittenberg. six under, tied for 15th. so now tiger woods with 75. creeps ever closer to the number one, sam snead. 82 victories all time most wins on the pga tour. well, he had some brilliant moments and he had some not so brilliant today. play was so slow and got out of his rhythm. billy horschel for birdie. that's the putt you want there at 18. up the hill. a 75 following a 76 yesterday. and now, for his seventh victory here at the farmers insurance open, tiger woods. sends a message to the pga tour here in 2013. with a win in his first tournament of the season here on u.s. soil. big hug for johnny mccavi. -- mckavya. ah, david feherty is down there with our champion. david? david: thanks, ian. ti
last sumner hawaii that left him paralyzed. nick ballenger is making a remarkable recovery in the face of an injury that could have claimed his life. his mother says she has never seen a 17 gerald so happy to go back to school but nick ballenger is thrilled to be back at lake braddock, taking classes every other day. >> is awesome. i wish could i come every day. >> reporter: nick's journey back has been painful a hard landing on the beach during a family summer vacation in maui first left him paralyzed from the neck down. he is regaining use of his arms and legs, but he is relearning every single movement. >> just waking up in the morning and going, oh, man, i got to go brush my teeth. and i'm like, oh, i can't get out of bed. >> reporter: there's been excruciating physical therapy, chronic infection and a pretty rough 12 days after christmas. but progress has been remarkable. >> no matter how minor it is, it is still major improvement. >> reporter: from his hospital homecoming in august to his very first steps with a cane, then a crutch, then on his own at last fall's homecoming game,
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john kerry and chuck hagel to cabinet posts, we will speak with nick turse, author of an explosive new book, "kill anything that moves: the real american war in vietnam." all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. president obama is preparing to unveil a comprehensive plan to address gun violence that is expected to include legislation tightening background checks on potential gun buyers as well as 19 separate actions obama could take using executive power. at a news conference monday, obama confirmed he would support proposals for new assault weapons ban. he said a task force led by vice president joe biden had presented him with a list of " common sense" steps to prevent shootings like the one at sandy hook and elementary school. obama also alluded to potential resistance from opponents of gun control. >> part of the challenge we confront is even the sight -- slightest hint of some sensible responsible legislation in this area. it fans this notion that somehow, here it comes, and that everybody's guns are goi
with you, nick, if i may. you were shot four times. you were paralyzed after what happened. you're in a wheelchair now. the moment that you were shot, what goes through your mind? >> what i really -- what was going through my mind was i had to get out of the high school. and really, nothing else flows through your mind. you've just got to get away. you don't have time to think about anything else. >> you were a fit, young sports-loving boy at school, suddenly you're in a wheelchair. the moment of realization for you when you know that that is going to be certainly for the foreseeable future, your new life, it must be a crushing thing to have to deal with. how did you deal with it? >> i had a lot of support. the community, my friends, and my family. probably the best thing that i could ever ask for. >> did you despair? >> i mean, i did, yeah. i did. but like i said, the community, friends and family did help me out. and they helped me not be so upset about what really happened. i've just got to move on. >> nick, i'm curious, was there a stage where some part of you just realized
student is back at school six months after he was paralyzed. his name is nick ballenger and expected to graduate with his class, he plans to walk across the stage. pat lawson muse has his story. >> every at-bat i take this year is for nick. >> reporter: mitch spilly is first baseman for the championship team. he will dedicate every play next season to his friend. >> he is a new man. his smile back. >> reporter: nick ballenger, ap and honors student and the team's promising pitcher is finally back in classes after a devastating injury in july during a family summer vacation in hawaii. first paralyzed from the neck down, he is now regaining use of his body and relearning every movement. >> just waking up in the morning and going, oh, man, i got to go brush my teeth and i'm like, oh, i can't get out of bed. >> reporter: there's been excruciating physical therapy, chronic infection and a pretty rough 12 days after christmas. but progress has been remarkable. >> no matter how minor it is, it is still major improvement. >> reporter: from his hospital homecoming in august to his very first
: this is not the only challenge mariah carey faced. her you husband of five years, nick cannon host of "america's got talent" suddenly fell ill last year. >> how serious was nick's condition? and how is he now? >> it was very serious and at this point he is doing great. >> reporter: his struggle with that life-threatening illness inspierd her recently released song, "triumphant". >> i was trying to encourage people to never give up. >> reporter: the two had something else to rejoice over, their twins, a boy, moroccan, and a girl, monroe. this past april, they celebrated their first birthday with a family trip to paris and surrounded by adoring fans. the power couple renewed their vows on the eiffel tower. for now, mariah is staying close to home, taking every opportunity she can to spend quality time with the twins. and maybe a few special guests. >> roc, we were playing the piano. >> reporter: and next week randy and mariah will be together again on the idol judge's panel and she and nikki have now made up. >> for me ultimately this is about the kids, the contestants. i have been blessed to live my
't destroy. here's abc's nick watt. >> reporter: technology, it's infidelity's best friend. texts, tweets. some say 30% of dating site users are cheaters, and the social networking sites like facebook get a bad rap as marriage breakers, allowing us to rapidly reconnect with that high school sweetheart or meet a total stranger the minute our marriages hit the doldrums. but there's a flip side. john nazarian, a hard-nosed p.i., joined me in a seedy hotel room to explain what's going on. >> privacy doesn't exist no more. >> reporter: privacy doesn't exist anymore? >> it's over. >> reporter: lipstick on a collar is no longer the cheat's biggest problem. >> nick, technology is going to get you caught at some point. technology is killing the cheater. >> reporter: an electronic infidelity trail was near impossible to erase. it was text messages that played a role in the down fall of tiger woods. >> the picture was of me. >> reporter: congressman anthony weiner a laughing stock after sending photos of his manhood to young women on twitter. an e-mail did for cia director, the retired general david
think about the u.s. to rar right now? nick, you first. a bit of a mixed picture. easing will be nech for the u.s. commodities and euro. so maybe the dollar will hold up against those currencies. david: chris, what about you, what do you think about the dollar. >> i have to be in agreement with our fellow guest there. when we look at the dollar specifically. we're here race to the base globally. specifically with the bank of japan and potentially later in the year with the ecb and maybe even the boe steps back into it. so the dollar's probably likely to remain relatively weak versus some of these but it is definitely a pick 'em type market. david: nick, chris brings up japan which is fascinating because as folks who have been noting might realize it, they are actually going to be printing money even more than we have been printing money and yet you say, nick, selling the euro is a better option than selling the japanese yen even though japanese yen's value will go way down because of all this currency printing. why? >> i think the issue with the japanese yen, certainly fundamentals ar
a generation. but one that we're still learning about today 40 years later. journlist and historian nick ters on the real american war in vietnam. i've always kept my eye on her... but with so much health care noise, i didn't always watch out for myself. with unitedhealthcare, i get personalized information and rewards for addressing my health risks. but she's still going to give me a heart attack. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> next week mark it is 40th anniversary of the end of the vietnam war, a conflict that continues to haunt the american psyche. with the appointments of vietnam vets that became senators, kerry and hagel, to top foreign policy posts, we can be sure that vietnam will continue to lurk in the foreign policy apparatus. you'd think we couldn't learn more of what happened in vietnam given the books and movies telling the tales but you would be wrong. one day, one graduate student researching post traumatic stress disorder searched through secret pentagon archives and interviewing vets and reading journals to uncover the story of american atrocities in vietnam.
, the founder of gawker, nick denton. greg you may know him as well. there he is. nick denton. here is his phone number. you can reach nick at coronik coronika@gawker.com if you're really ticked off. you know what? nick, i'm going to call you later on today. >> dana: can i get kimberly in here? i want to talk about politico reporting that the white house now, this is the priority, they want to get it done. bob is right. time is of the essence for them, that they think. however, paul bedard today reports at the justice department, weapons prosecutions are down by 40%. in the first term of the obama administration. so if you want to show a priority when you are guiding a justice department does it show priority? >> kimberly: no, it doesn't. then it points out the hypocrisy of the administration. they say how bad? all the fun owners, et cetera. stigmatize them at the same time, they made at it low priority to prosecution gun crime. so, what kind of consistency is that? there is none there. as a matter of fact. then we'll see further circumvention when i believe the president will go by way of execu
would sleep anywhere? >> sleeping right now. >> yes, good choice of words. >> nick, welcome back to the show. it has been almost four years. >> yes, it has. >> and glad to see you look exactly how you did when you left. >> like steve mariucci. >> when did that happen? >> you look like that guy in "shark tank" but without the billions. >> i think i know what you are talking about. >> do we need this drug if we already 1r oval teen? >> i only get two hours. my wife snores like a pirates. she is 5 foot 6 and 110 pounds. it is like, like that. >> there is no rhythm, is there? you don't know when it will be loud or soft. >> i pinch her nose and standing on her neck with my timber lands , sleeping in other women's weds. beds. but you only need a drug to stay awake for 23 hours, 22 hours? first of all change the name so a stripper can pronounce it. i can snort it off a mirror in a green room of a comedy club i am all for it. >> how will this pill enhance your nightlife. and this is a family show you heathen. >> i actually don't want the pill. it has been treated to use narcolepsy. i wan
about that pilot. good morning, lisa. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. it was just in the nick of time. this pilot was set to fly a planeload of passengers from minneapolis to new york. luckily, because of some very alert officials, that never happened. the pilot had already passed through security at the minneapolis airport. and was waiting for an elevator, when a tsa agent, and other officers happened by and smelled what they thought was alcohol. they alerted airport police, who caught up with 48-year-old captain, just before 53 passengers would have boarded the american eagle flight to new york. police say christensen failed a preliminary alcohol breath test. he was arrested. neighbors of the pilot were shocked at the news. >> seemed to be very quiet. but he was a regular, family guy. >> reporter: it's not known what the tests showed. but the legal limit for pilots is 0.04, half the limit for drivers. and equaling roughly two drinks for an average-sized man. >> the airlines take zero tolerance of showing up with liquor in the bloom. >> reporter: one of hollywood's current hit movies
in the nick of time. what does the imagine include exactly. karen travers has the details. >> don't start popping the champagne yet but tonight a major step to avoid the fiscal cliff. after days of intense negotiations white house and senate republicans reached a deal and vice president biden went up to the capitol hill to sell it to senate democrats. >> happy new year. >>reporter: biden swooped in at the 11th hour to hammer out a way forward with mcconnell. the agreement would permanently extend the bush tax cuts for individuals making under 40 400,000 holding making under 4 50,000. raise the estate tax valued at more than 5 million dollars and extend unemployment benefits for 1 year for some two million people. and those automatic spending cuts go into effect in the new year postponed for two months. and paid for by other spending cuts. house could take up the deal tomorrow. taxpayers would have felt the impact of the fiscal cliff immediately. if the deal passes afternoon american family avoid tax increase of more than 3400 dollars. . officials told that you say this is a compr
that ♪ (children laughing) wow! great catch, sally. your turn, nick. got it! okay. try to catch this one! both: whoa! aah! oh my! whoa! hey! thanks for dropping in! (laughing) that ball sure has a bouncy bounce. it's the cat! the cat in the hat! i just love ball games! can i have a try? sure. here, cat! thanks, fish. one... two... (laughing) nice shot. what makes that ball so bouncy, cat? that's easy. because it's made of flubbermabubber. or is that mummubaflubber? i'm not sure. you mean it's made of rubber. and i suppose you know where the rubber comes from as well. sure. a tree. a tree? oh, no, no, no, no, no. that's impossible. it's true. well there's only one way to find out. let's go and ask dr. twiggles in jingle jangle jungle. he knows all about trees. yeah, let's go find out. oh, your mother will not mind at all if you do! mom! can we go with the cat to jingle jangle jungle and ask dr. twiggles where rubber comes from? (mom laughing) mom: jingle jangle jungle? of course. just make sure you bounce right back for dinner. thanks, mom! both: we c
that were drowned out in all his yelling. joining me now is "new york times" columnist nick christoph and mark potok of the southern poverty law center. nick, let me start with you. what was your overall reaction to that extraordinary exchange with alex jones last night? >> i mean, as somebody who favors more gun control, i really hope that alex jones does more tv because, you know, look, you've been quite articulate in making the case for gun control. alex jones was so much more persuasive, i think, for your average middle american in making the case because people saw somebody who was foaming at the mouth and they think this kind of person shouldn't be having -- i think he said he had 50 guns around. there -- you know, may he do a lot more of these shows. >> it's been trending on twitter now worldwide, alex jones, for 24 hours. i'm sure in many ways he thinks job successfully done. he's probably gone back to texas and his fan base, and there are a lot of people that listen to him every day, would would have thought good on him, he came in and took me down. but beneath all that, thou
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